3 Things to Consider Before Hiring a Clown for Your Child’s Birthday Party

>> May 20, 2019



Hiring a clown is a commitment, but it doesn’t have to be. Clowns are a great way to lighten the mood and bring some excitement to your child’s birthday party. But before you jump on Craigslist and hire the first clown you see, be sure to consider these three things.
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Know what you’re looking for

There are tons of different options out there for a birthday party clown. Before you make a certain selection, be sure to do some research and find the best fit for what you have in mind. If you want your clown to blow up balloons and tell jokes, make sure you make that clear when doing a pre-party clown search. Look into ideas for out-of-the-box clown ideas.

You might have a traditional clown in your head, but there are options that are relevant to pop culture that children in 2019 would recognize. Consider a minion or Shrek impersonator for a different twist. There are clowns out there who do a little bit of everything. From face painting to reading children’s books, you can find a company that has a clown that will fit the mood of your party.

When wanting to hire clowns for birthday parties, it also helps if the clown is on brand with your theme. If you have an “under the sea” theme, a mermaid would fit perfectly in with the ambiance and setting. If your theme is just generic, there are still tons of typical clown ideas for you to choose from at most children’s entertainment agencies.

Look for positive reviews

One thing you need to be sure to do is find a clown provider with positive reviews. The last thing you want is someone inexperienced with children at your party. There are so many places to look for a clown, so you should start by looking for recommendations and popular companies in Google search.

Thanks to the internet, it’s pretty easy to figure out if someone will be a fun clown for your child’s party. Head to parenting magazine websites and see what people comment on articles about hiring clowns for parties. You will find second opinions on what to look for in your local area.

Work it into the theme and let attendees know in advance

Any birthday party usually requires an invitation that alludes to activities and the fun things your party has to offer. This is great for letting parents know anything regarding allergies or special requirements for their children. For example, if their child doesn’t do well in new situations, a clown might come as a shock. The invitation outlining the appearance of a clown will help them prep their child to get excited about the upcoming festivities.

Letting people know in advance will ensure the kids are excited to see a clown. This in turn allows their parents to remove the “scary clown” stigma that comes with hiring one. Present day clowns are fun and know jokes to make kids laugh.

These are all things you want to consider before jumping in and hiring a clown. You can’t go wrong once you add these steps into your birthday party planning agenda. With a fun clown and everything else in place, your party will surely be a hit. Be ready for other parents to ask you for recommendations for their next children’s birthday party.

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